Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The going's on..

Salinas/Monterey KOA
Prunedale, CA

We've been extremely busy this last week.
With only one day off since we've been back
with the new RV, we haven't had a lot of time
to just 'relax' and enjoy our new digs!

It's slowly getting comfortable in here,
with some adjustments.
We've increased our daily step count by constantly
going to the wrong cupboard, or wrong direction
looking for where we put things!

With all the excitement of the new RV the focus,
I failed to report that my son Adam and his girlfriend Jennifer
got engaged!!

They went tent camping down in San Luis Obispo
the end of March, and he proposed!
We're very excited, and glad to be in the area
to help with the future nuptials.

They've set up life in a great two bedroom apartment,
and since they love to cook together,
have cupboards full of kitchen items.

They invited all of us over for dinner the other night.
The pork loin, scalloped potatoes, green beans,
and a wonderful Japanese cheesecake were terrific!

Our work schedule has been a bit hectic.
There's a KOA inspection coming up
next weekend, so a lot of sprucing up is going on.
George has been on the Kubota moving downed tree logs
from that big storm that hit several months ago.
I've been weeding and deadheading flowering plants.
We'll get help next week, as a new workamper couple
will be arriving to take up slack.

The managers here, Brian & Summer, are great at
giving us Sunday mornings off to go to church.
We open the office sometimes to give us evenings off,
and close to give us some morning time to relax a bit.

Finally we get Thursday and Friday off this week.
We're planning on getting together with friends,
and maybe just relaxing for awhile!


  1. Congratulations to you and Adam and Jennifer. Hope you get to go to their house for dinner often. Looks delicious.

  2. Oh boy, planning a wedding, too? You certainly will never be accused of letting grass grow under your feet! ;c)

    Too funny, extra steps around the new home, we sure know that feeling.

  3. Congrats on being a future Mother-in-law! Exiting times indeed.

  4. Sounds like you could use a few days off. Congrats to the newly engaged couple.